Now, a little while back, I was asking about A-Level choices affecting university placements and what not.
Now, I am asking about the logistics of taking an A-Level early?
You see, in GCSE French, I have obtained full marks in practically everything so far, and my teacher gave me a full AS paper, which I obtained the equivalent of an A grade in. She wants to put me in for the AS Level paper and my GCSE to be done both in Year 11.
If this works out, minus all the speaking and everything which I will do next year, does this mean I'll be doing the A2 stuff next year? If it helps, I'm planning on taking English Language, French, Latin, Drama and Dance, with my EPQ and maybe the Duke of Edinburgh.
As my teacher thinks I'm too able for just the AS, she wants me to do the A2 in my lower sixth- I'm attending the sixth form at the school which I currently attend.
So let's presume that I've done the AS paper in Year 11- what then happens regarding Lower and Upper Sixth?
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- 22-10-2015 20:28
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- 24-10-2015 05:50
Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.
I'm going to quote in Tank Girl now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed.
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